Tropical Grasslands Volume 7 — 1973

Presidential Address

Co-operation between primary producers and scientists—I.B. Hart

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Taxonomy of the Acacia aneura complex— L. Pedley
3–8
Mulga: a Bioclimate Analysis—H.A. Nix and M.P. Austin
9–22
Soils and Landscapes of Mulga Lands with special reference to South Western Queensland—N.M. Dawson and C.A. Ahern
23–34
Vegetation of the Mulga Lands with special reference to south-western Queensland—D.E. Boyland
35–42
Eco-Physiology of Mulga (Acacia aneura)—R.E. Winkworth
43–48
Leaf and shoot growth on Acacia kempeana F. Muell and selected other arid-zone species—J.R. Maconochie
49–56
Regeneration and spatial patterns of Acacia aneura in south west Queensland —W.H. Burrows
57-68
Growth and survival of mulga (Acacia aneura F. Muell. Ex Benth)  in western New South Wales—G.M. Cunningham and P.J. Walker
69–78
Some observations on ecology and control of woody weeds on mulga land in northwestern New South Wales—C.W.E. Moore
79–88
Temporal and spatial distribution of an annual flora in an arid region of Western Australia—J.J. Mott
89–98
Germination responses of native plant seeds to rainfall in south-west Queensland—R.G. Silcock
99–104
Plant introduction and reseeding in the mulga zones—J.F. O’Donnell, R. O’Farrell and K.W. Hyde
105–110
Productivity of Eragrostis eriopoda in a mulga community—M.A. Ross and C. Lendon
111–116
Growth and reaction to grazing in Danthonia bipartita and Neurachne mitchelliana—D.G. Wilcox
117–120
Termites in mulga lands—J.A.L. Watson, C. Lendon, and B.S. Low
121–126
Environmental variables and the biology of native Australian animals in mulga lands—S.J.J.F. Davies
127–134
Tree density effects on yields of herbage and tree components in south west Queensland mulga (Acacia aneura F. Muella) scrub—I.F. Beale
135–142
The influence of rainfall on the nutritive value of a semi-arid mulga pature in south-west Queensland—D.M.R. Newman
143–148
Community utilization by cattle and kangaroos in mulga near Alice Springs, N.T.—Bobbi S. Low, Elaine Birk, C. Lendon and W.A. Low
149–156
The reproductive performance of maiden ewes in the mulga zone of south-western Queensland—N.P. McMeniman and R. Holle
157–162
Animal production and reproduction in the mulga zone of Western Australia—J.G. Morrissey
163–168
The mulga lands symposium: an evaluation—B.R. Roberts
169–174
A review of research findings concerned with pastoral development on the Wallum of south-eastern Queensland—W.W. Bryan
175–194
Seed transmission of Pseudomonas phaseolicola (Halo blight) in Macroptilium atropurpureum cv. Siratro—Melda L. Moffett
195–200
Townsville stylo research at Swan’s Lagoon—L. Winks
201–208
Effects of land smoothing on gilgaied Brigalow soils on certain soil properties and plant growth—J.S. Russell
209–218
Farmer assessment of pasture establishment reliability in the Gympie district south-east Queensland—R.M. Jones and M.C. Rees
219–222
Chemical control of eucalypt regrowth—J.A. Robertson and C.H. Pedersen
223–228
Application of molybdenum trioxide in the seed pellet for sub-tropical pasture legumes—P.C. Kerridge, B.G. Cook and M.L. Everett
229–232
Dry matter production, digestibility and mineral content of Eragrostis superba Peyr and E. curvula (Schrad.) Nees at Samford, south-eastern Queensland—R.W. Strickland
233–242
Nitrogen and phosphorus response of Desmodium uncinatum on seed production at Mt. Cotton, south-east Queensland—D.F. Nicholls, T.A. Gibson, L.R. Humphreys, G.D. Hunter and L.M. Bahnisch
243–248
Para grass in the Northern Territory—parentage and propagation—R.N. Wesley-Smith
249–250
Cutting pasture samples with a new type of shearing handpiece—R.K. Jones
251–254
Improvement of seed yield of Siratro (Macroptilium atropurpureum)—J.M. Hopkinson and D.S. Loch
255–268
Seedling death of Desmodium intortum in the Queensland Wallum with special reference to potassium chloride fertilizer—R.M. Jones
269–276
The effect of cutting management on the yield, chemical composition and in vitro digestibility of Trifolium semipilosum grown with Paspalum dilatatum in a sub-tropical environment—R.J. Jones
277–284
A review of research on the evaluation of herbage crops and natural grasslands in Nigeria—A.A. Ademosun
285–296
The effects of fertilizers on the productivity and persistence of Lucerne (Medicago sativa) at Nanango, south-east Queensland—R.M. Jones
297–304
Variation in Desmodium intortum: a preliminary study—B.C. Imrie
305–312
A comparison of dry matter yield and mineral content of three forms of Cynodon with Digitaria decumbens and D. didactyla—R.W. Strickland
313–318
The seeding and superphosphate rates for the establishment of Desmodium uncinatum (Jacq.) D.C. By oversowing in uncultivated grasslands of western Kenya—N.C.O. Kenya and D.W. Kalangi
319–326
Yields of Leucaena leucocephala in Fiji—I.J. Partridge and E. Ranacou
327–330
A numerical classification of sown tropical pasture regions based on the performance of sown pasture species—R. Reid
331-342

Proceedings:

Field meeting held in the Wallum on April 6 and 7, 1973

The Wallum after 20 years,

Development of mixed pastures on the Wallum—W.W. Bryan, 343.

Animal production from nitrogen fertilized pastures—T.R. Evans, 345.

Research aims in the light of past experience—T.R. Evans, 345.

Large scale development at Caloundra Downs—E. Chellingworth, 347.

Breeder performance on Wallum pasture—T.J. Tierney, 348.

Three methods of utilization of coastal lowlands for beef production—C.B. Wright, 350.

A survey of ill-thrift in beef cattle in the southern coastal lowlands of south-east Queensland—J. Eberson, R. Barnett, R, Bruce and K. Dowsett, 352.

Commercial development of the Wallum—J. Kingston, 357.

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